• ARTICLE Mixing with Reverb- How to Use Reverb for Depth Without Creating a Mess
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A while ago I purchased FabFilter Pro-Q 2 and I've been very impressed with how it works, its GUI etc. So I thought I'd take the plunge and get their Pro-R Reverb plugin.
I tend to think quite visually and I was attracted by the built in EQ shaping. As they say ...

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The decay time of a real room often varies wildly over the frequency spectrum, which is one of the key ingredients of a room's reverb character. To simulate this, the industry-first Decay Rate EQ concept in FabFilter Pro-R offers completely free adjustment of the decay time over the frequency spectrum.

Since it uses parametric EQ bands instead of a traditional crossover system, it provides much more flexibility to shape the decay time characteristics. Together with the integrated 6-band Post-EQ, designing reverbs of any style or character has never been easier.

Having bought this plug-in I thought I should dig in and understand Reverb much better and I can across this linked article. (see below). Besides this article it looks like it's a generally interesting site for musical people.

Mixing with Reverb: How to Use Reverb for Depth Without Creating a Mess
Updated: Jan 12, 2018 • Mixing & Mastering


https://ledgernote.com/columns/mixing-mastering/mixing-with-reverb/

Other links of interest:-

https://ledgernote.com/columns/mixing-mastering/

https://ledgernote.com/columns/music-theory/

https://ledgernote.com/columns/studio-recording/
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« Last Edit: June 24, 2018, 09:38:30 by MrBouzouki »
I like these two images to help visualise what is exactly happening when a sound is made in a space